On Friday evening, Huizhi briefly mentioned to me how nice it would be if she can have fried bee hoon for breakfast. So, to satisfy Huizhi's craving, after consulting several websites and blogs which highly Jin Feng Fried Bee Hoon & Nasi Lemak, we made our way there (Blk 49 Sims Place, #01-22, Sims Vista Market and Food Centre, S380049)
When we reached the Food Centre, as expected, the queue at this particular stall was longer than the rest of the other stalls there. However, their service was fast as we waited only less than 10 minutes before our orders were taken.
After breakfast, we allowed Faith to play at the playground beside the Food Centre for a short while as the sun was not too hot and the playground has slides which have suitable height and gradient for her age (20 months old).
Next, we headed to Aztech Service Centre @ UBI to service our Slow Juicer, which is less than a month. The customer service officer said that this model has a common sensor issue. So, without any question asked, he replaced our unit for us. Problem solved on the spot.
Huizhi realized that they are selling this same model for only $79 at their showroom. We bought ours at Challenger for $99. This Aztech Slow Juicer functions the same way as the Hurom Juicer (which costs 4 to 5 times more).
Upon reaching East Coast Park, Faith was excited to see many ships along the shoreline. She pointed to the ships and started singing ''ba ba black sheep''. I had to explain to her though sheep sounds like ship, they refer to very different things and the words are spelt differently. Hopefully, she understood.
Thankfully, East Coast Park was relatively quiet and we could rent a family bicycle for $30/hour without needing to wait. Rented the family bicycle for an hour from the bicycle kiosk near C4 area, cycled all the way to East Coast Park Food Centre, bought duck rice for lunch, cycled back to the bicycle kiosk and return.
(Photos below extracted from their Facebook Page)